19 December 2020

What to Read in 2021?

What to Read in 2021


For me, making lists and sticking them never go together. So years ago, I left doing them and read whatever I wanted. Also, I strongly believe that books have time. Pushing one to read a book before the interest settles in never results well. 

So this year, I won't make a list, but just note some of the books I want to read. Starting with my favourite authors. (Who I am kidding, I will absolutely read the first two books, but rest? Who knows...) 

Blood Heir by Ilona Andrews

1) Blood Heir by Ilona Andrews 

Blood Heir is on my list for some time. We read draft version on Ilona Andrews' blog, then she changed book. Later, before publishing on Amazon, she got editorial help. So, it will be totally different book. It belongs to the Kate Daniels World and narrates Julie's story. It will be published in January. YEY! It is the one I am the most anxious.



2) Last Guard (Psy-Changeling Trinity #5) by Nalini Singh 

I don't even know who's story this book will tell, but it is ON my list. Since I did not find Archangel's Sun (Guild Hunter) or Alpha Night (Psy-Changeling Trinity) that much interesting, but I am very excited for this. No cover yet. 

The Gilded Girl by Alyssa Colman

3) The Gilded Girl by Alyssa Colman 

The topic seems similar to other books, but I have trust in Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Also, when I see a black cat in the cover, I want to read. #guilty This book is Alyssa Colman's debut novel. 

Hall of Smoke by H.M. Long

4) Hall of Smoke by H.M. Long 


As a Valkyrie retelling (I guess?) Hall of Smoke promises amazing mythology based fantasy book and I cannot wait for it. To be honest, it has been too long since I read Circe and a beautiful mythology book is really welcomed. 



5) The Devil You Know (Mercenary Librarians #2) by Kit Rocha

In 2020, I read Deal with the Devil and I liked it. You can go to my review from here. So, naturally I am planning to read the second book. It has no cover yet. I am really curious about the next step in the story. 

6) The Mask of Mirrors (Rook & Rose #1) by M.A. Carrick & Marie Brennan

To be honest, the cover draw me, but the topic looks just for my tastes. It tells the adventures of a Renata Viraudax, a con artist, and I really love this kinda series. It will be published in January.



7) The Witch's Heart by Genevieve Gornichec

Witches, Odin, Loki. Who does not love Norse Mythology? And I am a fan of retellings. 







8) Guild Hunter #14

Again no information, but I am loyal.

9) The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey

There are good comments for The Echo Wife, and I'd be lying if I said I am not interested. After publication, I will read more reviews and maybe, I will read it. 







10) Morningside Heights by Joshua Henkin 

Morningside Heights hit me from my weakest part: cover love. I just love it, and I just cannot get it out of my mind.

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